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Toronto Articling PFO/ITC 2022


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DanHardman
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Beard Winter ITC today. 

Similar question as above about salary. No evidence anywhere.

also anyone hear from Clyde & co?

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lawgal96
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8 minutes ago, LawStudent11 said:

When did u hear from shibley?

Yesterday at around noon

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LawStudent11
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9 minutes ago, DanHardman said:

Beard Winter ITC today. 

Similar question as above about salary. No evidence anywhere.

also anyone hear from Clyde & co?

What time was beard? 

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baystreetgirl
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Do you guys think no ITC's means you won't recieve any calls on call day? I haven't recieved one yet😢

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QueensDenning
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Just now, baystreetgirl said:

Do you guys think no ITC's means you won't recieve any calls on call day? I haven't recieved one yet😢

Nope. As far as I understand, the majority of firms in the articling recruit do not send ITCs (although if you haven't received an ITC from a firm that you know does send ITCs, that's probably not a good sign - for that particular firm).

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baystreetgirl
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2 minutes ago, QueensDenning said:

Nope. As far as I understand, the majority of firms in the articling recruit do not send ITCs (although if you haven't received an ITC from a firm that you know does send ITCs, that's probably not a good sign - for that particular firm).

That makes sense and is comforting. Thank you very much! Fingers crossed.

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Just curious if there’s a stat about the number of students participate in the articling job recruitment each year? 

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Law101
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3 minutes ago, Lifeisgood said:

Just curious if there’s a stat about the number of students participate in the articling job recruitment each 

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Hellofresh
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6 minutes ago, baystreetgirl said:

What time?

I got the email around 11 today 

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lawgal96
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1 minute ago, berriesandcream said:

Do you reply with a short thank you for ITC emails? 🙂

I could be wrong, but I don't think so. I don't think there's any benefit of doing so, and any disadvantage if you don't. 

Does anyone know what to do if you miss a call from a firm? Do they call back? Not sure what the standard is surrounding this. Thanks! 

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QueensDenning
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10 minutes ago, lawgal96 said:

I could be wrong, but I don't think so. I don't think there's any benefit of doing so, and any disadvantage if you don't. 

Does anyone know what to do if you miss a call from a firm? Do they call back? Not sure what the standard is surrounding this. Thanks! 

I haven't been sending any thank you's to ITCs either. And as far as I know about missing calls, they will move on to the next candidates so you have to call them back. Would like some advice if anyone knows more about this. 

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